Fiona has been using her own dogs and cats as ‘guinea pigs’ and the results have been very good.
My lab x and jack Russell thought the food was fab!
They look disappointed if I give them dry kibble now!
The cats were, as cats are, a bit suspicious to start with! I have 6 cats – most with medical issues or bits missing!
2 of them went straight in and now won’t eat the dry kibble!
The other 4 were not so sure but after 2-3 days got very excited when the food arrived!
I don’t have the time really to portion it all out or mess too much with the food.
I will need a freezer at home just for their food though!
Nutriment was ideal as I thawed out (over night) the tub size to suit the dog, took the lid off and tipped it in the dish. Couldn’t be easier!
The cat one I thawed a big tub then spooned it into the dishes
No waste, no fuss and empty plates all round.
I didn’t swap them over gradually but jumped straight in. Kibble one day raw the next. Less faeces definitely!
My only issue is remembering to thaw the food out!
I am getting a freezer for the waiting room and will let you all know when it is full!
I am aiming to stock other makes not just nutriment once we get going.
If you have any comments on raw food we would love to hear from you – the good and the bad!
It doesn’t suit all owners or all pets.
We will continue to stock dry kibble for dogs and cats.